Unlock the hidden potential of your mind with this super brain hypnosis. This nine minute hypnosis is designed to help you:
This audiobook includes:
Day Version: This quick version is great for daytime use when you are able to relax and close your eyes. It can be used bright and early at the start of your day, or during your off time.
Night Version: This hypnosis is designed to be used during sleep. It starts with the hypnosis and gradually becomes a subliminal message - bypassing your conscious and directly reaching your subconscious wiring. Listen to this version on a low volume.
It is recommended to listen to either the day or night version for at least three weeks or whenever you feel it would be beneficial for you. Advance your learning capabilities with this neuro-linguistic programming hypnosis.
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Fantastic hypnosis sessions here that really help bring out your clarity, focus and drive. Love the memory enhancement technique. This is a helpful and very useful tool.
I listen to the night version about 3 times a week. The day version I listen to about once a week, usually on a Monday.
This is a great investment for the mind. It's something that helps you get passed fears and train yourself to stay focused and clear-minded. Since listening, I feel more productive at my business and have more creative ideas. I love how simple this method is, yet it has helped me a lot. Enjoyable and something that can be listened to for a long time.
Yes, this has some kind of effect on me, a good one. It sparks a clarity that isn't that easy to come by on a daily basis.
Perfect voice for this hypnosis.
Great hypnosis, worked for me in terms of feeling a difference in the way I perform and think.
I enjoyed the mental hacks, bypassing learned limitations and allowing yourself to learn the way you know how.
Effective way to boost your clarity and a good aid if you are learning anything and want to absorb it better.
It starts off well but then its naration stops and all you get the background noise. After that, all you get is annoying static for over half the time of the recording.
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